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Cane Berries - Types of berries that grow on canes (stocks) rather than vines.
Compost - Decomposed garden waste such as grass clippings, fallen leaves, and other organic matter. Recycling of garden vegetable matter. Once decomposed, these materials are put back into the soil to enrich it.


Cane Berries are those berries that grow on stalks and stems - like Raspberries or Loganberries. They're very rigorous growers so they need quite a bit of maintenance to keep them from getting out of hand.

Ravishing Raspberries. Prune summer raspberries and other cane berries by removing all canes that have finished bearing fruit. I trim this year's new canes to about 6 feet tall, the maximum height I want to reach when harvesting them next year.

Many herbaceous and woody plants, including English ivy, hydrangea, Japanese aucuba, pansy, cane berries; trees including ash, dogwood, elm, maple, oak, Southern magnolia, and sycamore.
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See also: See also: Plant, Cane, Soil, Organic, Harvest

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